Chordopoxvirinae

Chordopoxvirinae

/Chor·do·pox·vi·ri·nae/ (kor″do-poks″vir-i´ne) poxviruses of vertebrates: a subfamily of viruses of the family Poxviridae, containing the poxviruses that infect vertebrates. It includes the genus Orthopoxvirus.
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We used MAFFT (12) to perform multiple alignments of all complete genome sequences within a species of the Chordopoxvirinae subfamily available in GenBank.
The largest known virus of terrestrial and marine mammals belongs to the Chordopoxvirinae subfamily of the Poxviridaefamily (1).
The sequences showed 2 different virus strains belonging to the genus Avipoxvirus of the Chordopoxvirinae subfamily, one being divergent from the penguinpox and avipoxviruses already described in Magellanic penguins in Patagonia, but segregating within a clade of canarypox-like viruses implicated in diphtheritic and respiratory disease.
Hay dos subfamilias: Chordopoxvirinae que ataca a animales vertebrados y Entomopoxivirinae que ataca a los insectos; en ella hay cuatro tipos de virus que tienen la capacidad de infectar a los seres humanos: Variola, Vaccinia, el de la viruela bovina (Cowpox) y el de la viruela de los monos (Monkeypox).
Poxviruses are the largest and most complex of all viruses and are divided into two subfamilies: the Chordopoxvirinae (with eight genera) and the Entomopoxvirinae (with three genera).
The family Poxviridae and the subfamily Chordopoxvirinae (poxviruses of vertebrates) contain 8 genera.
Avipoxviruses are large, enveloped DNA viruses that belong to the genus Avi poxvi rus in the Chordopoxvirinae subfamily of the family Poxviridae.
Parapoxviruses (PPVs) form a unique genus within the subfamily Chordopoxvirinae and are differentiated into the following species: orf virus (ORFV), bovine papular stomatitis virus (BPSV), pseudocowpoxvirus (PCPV), and PPV of the red deer in New Zealand.